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WEB EXTRA: Dr. Fauci Says He Thinks It's 'Unlikely' There Will Be A Coronavirus Vaccine By November 3

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WEB EXTRA: Dr. Fauci Says He Thinks It's 'Unlikely' There Will Be A Coronavirus Vaccine By November 3

WEB EXTRA: Dr. Fauci Says He Thinks It's 'Unlikely' There Will Be A Coronavirus Vaccine By November 3

Dr. Anthony Fauci says he thinks it's "unlikely" there will be a coronavirus vaccine by November 3.

The nation's top infectious disease expert spoke at the Virtual National Health Research Forum Tuesday (9/8).

The president has suggested there could be a vaccine by Election Day.


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